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the pyburns

Posted: 1 Jun 2001 4:51PM GMT
Edited: 7 Nov 2006 1:18AM GMT
my family and I have been looking for a James
Edward Pyburn (or any Pyburn)that came from
Cork, Ireland. We will gladly take and
information any one had about thid matter.

Re: the pyburns

Posted: 25 Jun 2001 2:49PM GMT
Hi, My husband comes from the West Coast of Ireland and the names James and Edward are used a lot in his line of the Pyburns. So maybe we could find a connection. His Grandfather was James Pyburn who married Mary Attridge.
My husbands names are actually Edward James.
Please contact me for more details.

The Pyburns of County Cork

Jeanette (View posts)
Posted: 25 Aug 2001 1:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pyburn, White, Cork
I have info on Thomas and Cornelius Pyburn Family and the descendants that are upline of Thomas T. Pyburn Jr. who passed away this past spring. I am just beginning the research project and want to get as much info as possible - any help would be totally awesome!
Posted: 18 Oct 2001 4:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 11 Aug 2004 4:15PM GMT
Surnames: Pyburn, Attridge, Roycroft, Camier,Draper
amanda
Have been researching Pyburns for some time and would like to exchange info.
My husband comes from Ireland and his grandfather was a James Pyburn, although his second name was not Edward as far as we know. However gt/grandfather was also called James, we do not know if he had a second name. He married Mary Roycroft in 1831.
My husbands family lived at Cashelane near Schull, West Cork. We also have links with Lowertown, Dunbeacon, Ballydehob & Goleen to name a few !!
Hope to hear from you, maybe we can find a link.
Mary.

Re: the pyburns

David Carroll (View posts)
Posted: 8 Jan 2002 1:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Mary. My mother Elisabeth Pyburn was born Cashelane nr Schull 1924. My grandfather James was also born in the same house about 1898 and my great grandfather also James moved to Cashelane about 1890. I believe that my gggfather was also James.
My ggfather came from Skibeereen Co. Cork
My gfather was married to Jane Attridge and her mother was a Camier.
My gfather had brothers Thomas and Phillip (married to Lizzie Roycroft from Skibeereen) and sisters Mary and Jane.
With all of these names in common we must be related somewhere down the line.
I hope to hear from you and establish link. Best regards

Re: The Pyburns of County Cork

Posted: 12 Jul 2002 11:44AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi--
In your research, have you run across anyone named James Edward Pyburn or anything similar around mid to late 1800's or early 1900's somewhere between Ireland and New York?
Feel free to e-mail me personally!

Re: the pyburns

Posted: 16 Jul 2003 6:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Jul 2003 10:02PM GMT
Surnames: Pyburns Co Cork, Eire
My wifes grandma was Mary Jane Pyburn from Cashelane Co Cork. Her brothers Tom & Joe Pyburn emigrated to the USA between the wars. Have just returned from holiday in Ireland and have met relatives. Their parents were Richard and Elizabeth Pyburn who lived at Cashelane near Schull, Co Cork. Tom was born in 1884 and Joe was born in 1894 and they settled in the Boston Area ( Cousin Jim also lived at Glanden, Newark, USA)

Re: the Pyburns

Posted: 16 Jul 2003 6:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Jul 2003 10:02PM GMT
Have a direct link with Mary re Pyburns of Cashelane, Co Cork. Have lots of info if you would like to contact me. My wifes Grandma was Mary Jane Pyburn born 1880 at Cashelane and have details of her parents and brothers and sisters.

Re: The Pyburns of County Cork

Posted: 16 Jul 2003 10:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Puburn, Draper & Molloy
Hi - just returned from a holiday in Co Cork during which we researched my wife's Grandma's family PYBURN. She was Mary Jane Pyburn from Cashelane, Near Schull, Co Cork and was the daughter of Richard & Elizabeth Pyburn (nee Draper).
Her two brothersTom (born 1884) and Joseph (born 1894) went to the USA between the wars and settled in the Boston area.
Have much more that I can tell you & Photographs and the fact that Pyburn relatives still live in West Cork. Contact us we will help all that we can. Regards Den & Betty Welch (nee Molloy).

Re: The Pyburns of County Cork

Mary Pyburn (View posts)
Posted: 12 Sep 2004 3:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pyburn
Hi, have just noticed your message re-Pyburns of Co. Cork, very interested as my husband is a Pyburn from Cashelane.
His grandfather James was Richards brother.
Would love to here from you.
regards Mary Pyburn
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